2022 Flu Shot Clinics for Staff & Their Families

  • medical symbol sick mother & child In an effort to help AAPS employees remain healthy during the flu season, the AAPS offers convenient flu clinics in partnership with U of M Michigan Visiting Care.
  • Michigan Medicine will hold on-site flu shot clinics for AAPS staff and family members ages 9 and older over the next several weeks.  Here are the remainder of the scheduled dates, times and locations through November 18, 2022:

    11/14/22 11:00am-1:00pm Clague TBD
    11/17/22 4:00pm-6:00pm Carpenter Staff lounge
    11/18/22 2:30pm-4:30pm Westerman PreK TBD

    Please see attached a complete list of accepted insurances. **Insurance card must be presented to clinic staff**

    Don’t have accepted insurance? You may pay by credit card or check payable to the University of Michigan: $40 for a regular flu shot or $54 for high dose (only given to individuals 65 years and older).

    Not a U of M patient? Recently moved? Changed insurance? Please call the UM Registration Department at 866-452-9896 to set up an account or update your information. This will reduce wait time at the flu shot clinic.

    What to expect at the clinic:

    • Please complete COVID the self-screen before your visit
    • Everyone must wear a mask
    • Bring your own pen to fill out forms
    • DO NOT attend if you or family members with you are feeling ill 

    Hand sanitizer will be provided for you to use before seeing the nurse.

    Note: The flu vaccination is administered in the upper arm.  Please wear clothing that provides access to your upper arm. 

    Additional information about the vaccine, the accepted insurance list and the pre-screening tool required by Michigan Medicine are below.

  • Why should you attend an on-site flu shot clinic?
    • It’s conveniently located so you don’t have to go out of your way to get your flu shot
    • According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the best way to prevent influenza is to receive a seasonal flu shot
    • This year is especially important to be immunized against the flu to help reduce the overall impact of respiratory illnesses on the population and thus lessen the burden on our healthcare systems during the Covid-19 pandemic.